By BC Gov News | The Province takes another step improving access to government programs and services for Indigenous Peoples and racialized communities, with the release of 12 priorities for anti-racism…
Tri-Cities Local Immigration Partnership
The Tri-Cities Local Immigration Partnership (TCLIP) brings community leaders and organizations together to develop welcoming and inclusive communities, where established residents and newcomers feel a sense of belonging and attachment.
Orientation session | Anti-Oppression Capacity-Building Cohort
Training 1 | Anti-Oppression Capacity Building Cohort
Coaching Session 1 | Anti-Oppression Capacity Building Cohort
Training 2 | Anti-Oppression Capacity Building Cohort
Training 3 | Anti-Oppression Capacity Building Cohort
Coaching Session 2 | Anti-Oppression Capacity Building Cohort
Sessions are open to service providers in Metro Vancouver and BC. Participants will attend three workshops and two group coaching sessions.
We’re looking to engage 20 organizations and groups who support and deliver settlement services in the Tri-Cities to explore interest in community-based planning.
Tea & Talks
Conversation and Connection Sessions at the Coquitlam Library
English Practice Group
Talking with a Principal Engineer
English Practice Group - Intermediate/Advanced
Community organizations can find resources to support their work on diversity, equity & inclusion.
New to Tri-Cities
Newcomers can find programs and services that will help them settle smoothly in our communities.
By CIC News | Today, May 26th 2023, Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, made an announcement about improvements to strengthen family class immigration in Canada. The new measures include:…
By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | Internationally trained engineers will no longer be required to have Canadian experience to be licensed in Ontario, as the province adopts a new law that’s…
By BC Gov News | Mable Elmore, Parliamentary Secretary for Anti-Racism Initiatives, has issued the following statement in celebration of Filipino Heritage Month: “June is Filipino Heritage Month and an…
From: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada Strong humanitarian partnerships to navigate complex geopolitical realities are crucial in bringing Afghans to safety in Canada. The Government of Canada continues to work with…
By BC Gov News | Newcomers, including international students and foreign workers, will soon receive enhanced supports to help them thrive in their new communities as they contribute to B.C.’s…